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share your thoughts via twitter or facebook using hashtag cavuto returns. catch me tomorrow morning. varney and me, all right, etch, "the five" is next. >> hello, melissa frances, in new york city, this is "the five." donald trump just wrapping up his closely followed meeting with mexico president enrique penna nieto tonight. pecksco's leader invited trump south of the border. after a brief meeting, they spoke to the press. here's trump. >> we had a very substantive direct and constructive exchange of ideas over quite a period of time. this is a humanitarian disaster. the dangerous treks, the abuse
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by gangs and cartels and the extreme physical dangers and it must be solved, it must be solved quickly, not fair to the people anywhere world wide, you can truly say, but certainly not fair to the people of pecksco or the people of the united states. >> and here's president penna nieto. >> you might disagree about different issues, but you mr. donald trump does show that we do have fundamental common ground. mr. trump and i have an open and constructive discussion. the purpose of our meeting was to get to know each other and to exchange ideas and visions about bilateral relationship of our countries. >> all right. starting with you, they announced this move a. very risky move. because it could have gone very
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badly. from all appearances, it seems like it came out pretty well. >> puy bien. >> this is america is there was that a trigger? smr yes, only english here. >> i thought that was fantastic. can you understand that? i thought he did an amazing job. he was presidential. he stood there at the podium and what you say was actually nieto agree with him and say that he did a good job. i thought that was a great moment, a missed up thet for hillary clinton. he was on message, he was focused. he had guiliani in there in connection to help go ahead this whole very important international discussion and i love that they came out with this partnership, that this is mutually beneficial, keeping jobs here in this hemisphere, talking about working together, that it is good for the occupation of america and our partner and friend mexico. so that's bhau want what you want to do remember instead of
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the shed, she said, sit down and talk to people to get things done. >> presidential. i would agree. also gutsy. have you to have gut, don't you? >> this is the best thing he's probably ever done in his life. because you know what is brilliant about this, the invitation was a formality. they didn't expect him to say yes. and he called their bluff. it's like when you say to somebody, oh, i really hope you can make it to this party because you know they're not in up to. then they change their plans and they show up. i to the it was a guts. i would say this, this is the day that donald trump really, really grew up and became the opposite of the donald trump that you see tweeting and it's a bitter lesson for a lot of people. it's fought just about trump. it's about all of us. this is the opposite of tweeting. when you go on twitter, you could be defensive. you could be catty. you can be small, you can be petty. or you could do this. and can you go to the source and you can talk to a human being.
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right? when you talk to a human being you can't help but look better. when i was looking at this i was going, wow, this is amazing. for the last couple of weeks, i'm so tired of the tweeting trumpch where is this trump? we never saw it. >> hopefully, he hasn't tweeted in a while until after the immigration. >> don't do it today. >> the state department said trump shouldn't be making this trhindsight, why are they going to eat their words? >> no, obviously. he's not our president and he has no diplomatic swaying. you have a citizen from the occupation going over there, to understand why they oppose that. but i would say that in terms of the policy which is what phosphates me. because i think he took a high risk by going over there. i think it's paying off pretty well, doesn't change any minds. on that score, i don't think so. >> oh, come on, come on. >> the echoes didn't say, you
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know what, i think -- >> he lined the wall, he said secure the border, respect the right to build the physical border, which means a wall, there was no pushpack from fiet to. >> what he did was he took any sort of racist thing out of the idea of building the wall. because he stood there with the president of pecksco, who agrees with him a wall is mutually beneficial for both sides. he agreed with the president of mexico it made sense to stop immigration both into and out of mexico, to stop the flow of drug. to improve trade and keep manufacturing within this hemisphere. he stood there and agreed with trump's basic points. they cleared up any past misunderstandings and his ideas were much wally beneficial. those were the compact words. >> i think contrast\fuse someone who is being polite to a guest with somebody who is actually if
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agreement with a guest. clearly, they did not discuss trump calling mexico racist and sending criminals to the united states. >> no, no, no, the president of the united states, the president of pecksco, he can stand up for himself. >> absolutely. >> he is not going to be rude to the guy. >> you are fought giving him enough credit to be his own man to represent his own country, speak his mind. say what he thinks, it was a huge missed opportunity for hillary clinton. he does look presidential. he is sitting there, when you look at the two of them standing side-by-side getting stuff done versus bobbing, we'veing, ducking press conference. even if are you a hillary clinton supporter, you got to say to yourself, wow, someone looks like they are showing up to get stuff done. not hiding under a position is there this is a guy that calls mussolini hitler, says that rhetoric attacking mexicans is the kind of rhetoric that leads
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to national tragedy. so all of being polite, he was polite. you want to make this like an endorsement? after the meeting. after they discussed these five things trump outlined, he was still polite in inviting mr. trump. >> nieto was polite. i give him credit for being the host. >> will you tell me, greg, would you agree, i am guessing you will, there are a lot of hispanics out there, latin americans in this country, they zay see nieto treat trump with respect, put per spect on the wall. you don't think that will sway some votes? >> i don't know, i go back to my initial point which is when people get together as opposed to being apart, they actually act like human beings. when they are apart, he was calling him pusly my and hitler. you can't do that to somebody if your country. >> he wouldn't invite him either. >> trump would have to undo a
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year of hispanics hating. . he needs more than this day. he has scared them, he has angered them. so this is a positive, but this doesn't -- i don't think it changes as much as you want it to. he has to jump into the fire a lot. >> how is this the beginning of a discussion and a die lock and a conversation, on that, i think he should get it on that. >> i am as critical as fox news as anybody. i would be critical if i didn't give him props for this. >> he is absolutely going after the latino vote right now, by doing this, yes. he is independent and open side. you are hoping to see a presidential trump. >> this is about calming down mooem people in the middle who might have supported him and was afraid, maybe he was a racist, maybe he would do crazy things. now he is sitting there, looking rationale, standing next to a
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president, having conversations as world leaders would. it was the first thing the president said, by xo coming here, it proves we have a lot of common ground. >> after the press conference, a couple questions taken t. reporter went right for it asking about the wall, who is going to pay for the wall? there's here's donald trump. >> we did discuss the wall. we didn't discuss payment of the wall. >> that will be for a later date. >> have there been misinterpretation or statements that unfortunately have hurt and impacted mexicans in terms of the perception that the candidate has expressed and which i actually believe respect that the mexican people have felt insulted by certain comments, but i was certain that his genuine interest is to build a relationship. >> you want to take that one? >> sure.
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i think he was very polite. i'm so glad he treated his guest with decency. but the fact is, i don't think it's going to make a dime's worth of difference with the laity no vote for sure. >> you think so? the recent fox poll was right around 20. in that ballpark? >> approval in. >> 20%. >> here's the point. it has nothing to do with the a latino vote. >> you think it won't affect the laity no vote. >> that's right. 80% from in opposition. they're fought changing after a year of being demeaned by donald trump. i. >> i love that. thank you. >> just say i this i the real point here is like the 53% of republicans who think there should be a way for illegal immigrants to have a pathway to citizenship in this country. among specially, i noted this in the column today by jason reilly, it was among republicans under 30, almost 65% of
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republicans think there should be a le nit jat pathway. so tonight trump has an opportunity in his speech if phoenix to talk to those republican, saying, let's talk about palace deportation a. deportation force. they're going to say, hmm, in fact, even opponents, people who like trunks oh, this sounds a lot like obama's policies. >> shut it down the filibuster. what you heard here at the beginning of that conversation and dialogue with donald trump focusing on specs and saying they have agreement and accord on illegal immigration. it hurts mexico, it hurts the united states, it hurts families taking risc putting everything on the line, this was a country based and founded on immigrants. people coming over here that want to work hard and build this incredible country that we have. we are not honoring everyone if we rick people coming of here
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illegally t. point is, follow the laws on the box him that is the pathway to citizenship that so many have been able take and live and prosper with their lives with their familys here in this country. that's what we need more of. >> how'd he do? >> i think just by showing up, woody allen says is 95% of life is showing up. hillary didn't show up. then again she was in ohio, which is extremely part is. he won the day, she might have had a better decision of going to ohio. they changed the story to e-mails. it's a big story. this is definitely nor interesting. i'm looking forward to if he does, there is going to be no deportation, we know that. if the wall becomes a vir cull waushlgs an electronic wall, could anne coulter actually burn her own book in. >> donald trump, boat president obama in louisiana. that was an issue. now he's beating hillary clinton
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to meet with fiet to. someone's got, listen to someone, maybe it's kelly anne, whoever it is. >> who could that be? >> i mean it shows his campaign right now is if in genius hands, he said we are put out an invitation to both campaigns. he responded quickly and went down there. it's the perfect setup to the speech. >> skip the speech. >> etching before this was going to be liar, liar pants on fire, which don't believe anything you say. he is winning right now. >> he talked about that. >> they will stick heer to the border the drug cart em. from that. >> guess what, mexico agrees with me. wow! . >> they didn't bring up paying for it. they didn't bring up his res rick about racism, anything that would be a thing just polite. what astound me, we go into this
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speech tonight, everyone wants to know. >> we know five things. >> he sounds a lot like barack obama? holly smokes. >> i don't believe any of it. >> in that debate is stage in a couple of weeks, he has now a huge trump card in his pock saying you may fought like my plan, guess who does? guess who was in adream with my senior nieto. >> of course. >> that's why he was polite. he didn't want to get no a fight. >> oh my god. >> we are tuqueing ability a foreign policy. the fate of a foreign policy. >> here's the one thing you and i know about donald trump. he is going to build a wall and get mexico to pay for it. did you hear an agreement that? i didn't. >> i heard nieto saying trump shared genuine concern to work with the people of mexico, so, ah he, there you go, ron. >> the only thing about whether or not donald trump went down
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there and filled my prescription. >> oh my gosh. >> stop illegal drug trafficking. >> the pharmacy there is are inexpensive? you can have a group dynamic where both country use the laborers to build those jobs. that's hundreds of thousands or jobs a. lot of money going back to members colorado we have much more to come this hour. also, hillary clinton slammed trump's mexican trip. her reaction next. ♪ if you have moderate to severe plaque psoriasis, isn't it time to let the real you shine through? introducing otezla (apremilast). otezla is not an injection or a cream. it's a pill that treats plaque psoriasis differently. with otezla, 75% clearer skin is achievable after just 4 months, with reduced redness, thickness, and scaliness of plaques. and the otezla prescribing information has no requirement for routine lab monitoring. don't take otezla if you are allergic
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>> well, a few hours away from donald trump's highly anticipated immigration address. but he just finished a meeting with mexican president nieto. what does hillary think of trump's trip to mexico? >> you don't build a coalition by insult our friends or acting like a loose cannon. you do it by putting in the slow, hard work of building relationships. and it certainly takes more than trying to make up for a year of insults and insinuations by dropping it on our neighbors for a few hours and then flying home
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again. >> that is not how it works. >> okay. so that was her comment. she was also invited to go and she did not go. she declined. she's enjoyed quite a food football, dpreg, with the laity no commute so what do you think in. >> this has to drive her batty. it's when you throw a party on the fourth of july, a guy down the road calls her a party with the fireworks. that's what happened today. she has to say, trump drank her milk shake. that's what happened. i don't think she expected to him say yes so quickly and that was just a brilliant move on his part. he boat her to it. >> so trump playing chess and hillary what is she plays? in there parcheezi. >> she's if panic mode. >> checkers. >> she's in panic mode. we see it looks like he's turned the corner the first part of
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august was bad for him. the last part of august is looking stronger for him. he's turned it around. so far i never heard naen anyone take a negative axe to it. they should be concerned. you know how fast, this is a big ship. it changes quickly. she was up and now he's way up. it looks like he will i don't have take it. they have reason to be concerned. i said it from the beginning. he is going to go into poet labor day at least tied if not ahead of her. >> showing her unfavorables ratcheting back umm after that post. >> the polls don't matter. >> they won't. as long as they don't matter now or later. later on all of a sudden he starts leading, polls don't patz again. it goes both ways. >> in responding to it. it sounded like sour games. she knows she got beat on this, they issued the invitation u.
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are right. i think they neff thought he would do it. when you have to talk about real issues. it's a totally different thing. they really highlighted the fact that they do have common interest on building a wall. it does actually benefit mexico as well. the mexican president was quick to pointt out. we don't want your weapons and your dirty hash. we don't like what's coming into our kentucky we don't like this either. i mean, also, you know that the obama administration has largely ignored mexico. they would like to, obviously, they don't want the hostility. they would like to have a decen. they don't want the business to go elsewhere as well, the manufacturing business. >> did i draw on it? >> i don't know what to say. >> is that -- >> a j for juan because -- you guys. >> please, let me add a touch of
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reality to this. >> i can't wait. >> trump, i don't know what difference it makes. he goes down there, the president was polite t. reality is, trump is the up with on the defensive and you guysing a like it's hillary. trump is the up with who is not only flip-flopping but doing tailspin on the current issue of immigration. let me say, he's tonight got to gave speech that explains why his position when he was take on jeb bush, marco rubio, gang of eight, when he was saying president obama's policy is criminal, why is that now. >> now now now, hit the three-point shot. please. no way. you can't, juan, you know, too, you are having a hard time despite the 25 blue cards there to come up with something to say, because trump smashed i. he has the three-point shot from half court. >> he has to displea -- >> the point that juan isn't making is not about today, it's from tonight.
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he has to distinguish himself from the people he lost. now he sounds more and more like. that's the pointt. >> he said people experts on immigration reform, some back trump because they say, oh, yeah, now they say trump is soupgd like one of these people who is less focused on enforcing the law and scouring the border th securing the border, which making a deal with amnesty which used to be birth dirty word on the right is there this is what he said, he is not going to create a path to citizenship t. people have to leave and come back him that seals to be the one place where he does differ from the people who came out early on the gang of ache, amnesty. if he sticks to that. >> going down this rational path, what happens then if he says mass deportation, a mass deportation force in the country, he's back to where he was before. >> he's not for mass deportation. >> he's changed? he said mass deportation and mass deportation force. this is the reality of the news
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today, you are out to lunch. >> if he came up with a cure for cancer, you'd find a way to talk about it. >> i think in the speech tonight he will contrast himself with hillary clinton on illegal immigration. he's going to say hick hillary clinton wants to create a path to citizenship, he will say everybody has to obey the law. he is not for executive amnesty obama sometime. he wants more strict e-verify and say photo sank can you area cities. is that going to satisfy either the hard liners, no, or the people on the left or say the people who are immigrants? >> no. did it change any minds? no, no, no, no, no zblf huge. are you grasp, we're losing. i don't know, hillary, did you see the livery on that speech? she looked liking a dpra rate issed. she looked mad, nervous. she should be. trump was killing it in mexico. >> she was killing the american
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legion to people on the line, people who generally are republicans who should be backing the republican tom know. >> she is losing steam, juan. you better come up with a in chance. >> i wonder who is leading in those polls. >> i don't care ab the polls. >> all right. shall we do this? why not. make sure to tune into the fox news channel tonight at 9:00 p.m. eastern for trump'sismgration address. up next, hillary clinton returned to the campaign trail after spending nearly two weeks raising money and avoiding the press. she, of course, took some brand new shots at trump. will you hear them ahead, stay with us.
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she went right back to hitle donald trump. >> the occupation is an exceptional nation. my opponent in this race had said very clearly that he thinks american exceptionalism is insulting to the rest of the world. it doesn't mean that people from other places don't feel deep national pride. it means that we recognize america's unique and unparallelled ability to be a force for peace and progress, a champion for freedom and opportunity. >> okayy oaky, it has still been 270 days since clinton has held a press conference. programs because she's out of excuses about her e-mails. the fbi successfully found 17,000 previous messages from her private server. we just learned at least 30 contain material related to benghazi. all right.
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greg. afternoon the l.a. times noticed that harrisburg cheque not out there doing press conference. it's not just us, since she did that wipe the server clean thing. she is overdue for a news conference, submitting to questions from a diverse group of reporters is a way to live accountability from the less we see the better. she was sending classic information after she was out of office. she is the national security version of anthony weiner. she can't help but expose our security. she talked about exceptionalism. this is what kind of drives me nuts. she's fought running against obama. cease running against trump. he was the one it was a anti-exceptionalism. toward the left, patriotism. it's like a halloween costume. up with day a year they dress up like uncle sam. for the rest of the year round
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thing it's never around. forrest of us. we generally think that way all along. she can't. exceptionalism is the pro found oppositism they believe in they believe america is the problem. >> agree with greg 100%, president obama's first foreign policy egypt and cairo saying america is not exception am. so hitting trump knowing she was getting opalm on that one. number two, they asked the campaign to the press conference coming soon. soon, we're almost a year now, number three, those 30 e-mails that show additional top secret being september over hillary clinton's server, she said those are probably duply cats, well, they may or may not be duply cats. i think the state department is not sure they are duplicates yet. so that's up clear right now. >> i don't blame her for fought doing a press conference. she is out in the hamptons, i think we have video that andy coen, she has paul mccartney, all kind of people out there.
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>> taking money. she's rich, she's fabulous. >> how dare she? >> she's very selective. >> only people with houses in the hamptons on fox raise your hands? >> those people don't claim to be dead broke. >> just raising questions. >> you got outside space if your apartment, greg. >> the hypocrisy. let me say i thought she gave a great speech. the best part of it was she spoke about the raid on bin ladin's compound and the actions of the deal as representing american values, they didn't kill the relatives or the women and the children. this is something donald trump says, kill the family, we don't care. you know what, we do care. it was a just one speaking about how the military is used, the military is used for legitimate purposes and she spoke about his temperament and suggested that, you know what, i'm not going to
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send our young men and women into harm's way, because i'm having an e-mail or twitter war. it would have to be a real reason. that i think speaks to people in terms of changing minds about -- about. >> wasn't she favored in every war we got into? >> listen. >> e, that must mean trump was opposed to it? oh, i forgot. oh, i forget, that's more double speech from trump. >> she said she won't send our kids into military fights, unnecessarily. you would disagree with also some of these wars. >> i certainly would. what she is saying. >> you have people being afraid of twitter. >> i lost control of this segment. after his big meeting with the pecks can president today, trump is giving a huge immigration speech tonight. our fight for him is coming up first, hillary clinton's successor at the state department has a fossil idea on how the media can wipe away
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john kerry thinks the best way to stop terrorism is for the media not to cover it. >> it's easy to terrorize, government and law enforcement have to be correct 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 365 days a year. but if you decide one day you will be a terrorist and you are willing to kill yourself, can you go out and kim some people. can you make some noise, perhaps the media will do us all a service if they didn't cover it quite as much. people feed to know what's going on. >> before we ka ul walking
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driftwood sculpture dope, i said coverings of mass shootings lead to increases in the same due to the copycat phenomenon. however, kerry didn't say. that he said fought to cover terror. so people wouldn't know what's going on, meaning ignorance is bliss, especially with him around. the less you hear about kerry's stint as secretary of stupid the better it is for him. remember, he's the dude that says isis was on the run, when they weren't. said air-conditioning was as big a threat as isis, yes, i distinctly remember my bedroom unit tie trying to behead me. so such u such littles of climb change. after a terrorist attack in france, he sent james taylor to terrorize their ears. now we know the media does no favors through breathless coverage, it's no excuse to keep people in the dark t. only reason for that is to hide our weakness in mitigateing such
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threats. if the 'ub slick unaware of terror, then they're also very badly aware of how we fight i. terrorism becomes a rod or a light fepg. kerry's role is a sad legacy. no wonder he wants to hide it. i'd do the same. so melissa, what do you think of his advice? we've talked about the fact that when the media keeps, you know, focusing on one thing, people copycat it. he's saying, don't could have it at all. he doesn't want anybody to know. >> it's always the dam media's fault, etching, it can be trasd back to this facebook media that does everything. >> we do that. >> they discount social media. social media is where a lot of the all the information is going on where you know isis is doing tall recruiting, where you instantly hear about any sort of terrorist attack. they put up the pictures that we won't even show on television. so it's fought the media. you do have to somehow dampen the allure. that's one of the things that we'll talk about. but do you that with the
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military, not by limiting information. >> eric. i think you would never say this about say gun violence in america or climb change. the issues that are dear to their hearts. >> those pesky media. they keep digging into that benefit dpaez stu-- benghazi st. we could have gotten away with it. i disagree with don't put the names up, don't put the information. i think the more information, the more networking is in even's benefit interest. i love more transparency for everything. yes, there is a risk of copycat. i get that remember i also think someone will see a pick and say i remember that guy from this scenario him he knew that person and alert someone, see something, say something. that's where i am on it. >> juan. thoughts? >> well, i'm a big first, amendment fan. i think he's crazy when he says, people wouldn't know about it, even the better. i think you have to put it in context. you don't want to exaggerate i.
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i agree with what you said. because you said, you know what, you know about copycats. you know, we don't cover a lot of suicides. we don't publicize them for a reason. the same thing with pom threats or people who run across the outfield naked. you know is there that's one of the examples they use, they no longer show people running across because it encourages. >> we as the media now ho to behave responsibly. when it comes to terror, we love to fan the fear. that's also true. you have to have two things in mind, terror and in the aim of the internet, you got to know it. i don't know who will keep you from it. i no there is such a thing as responsible behavior. today you have the number two guy in al qaeda in isis killed. the guy who was the head of the western operations, thought to have been in charge in the attack in paris. that gets less attention than in any terrorist act was to occur. >> they didn't have pr.
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kimberly, is there something? i mean, kerry, is he not very polite? is that what it is? >> well, i mean, listen. i think he has an again dark, right. he has an ideology. he is spec and focus ltd. he wants to put blinders on the american people, so we don't see the ugly truth of terrorism. islam is not a religion of peace. he doesn't want us to talk about sharia or radical terrorism. he doesn't want us to ask questions about the dangerous people they are releasing from fit mo because of a campaign promise to put back out to exit acts of jihad against the united states and other peaceful nations. we do want to know. we do want to hear about it. we want to be informed. we want the transparency this administration have fought delivered. instead, they have tried to delete american history to people like hillary clinton delig deleting emales, fought
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complying with national security. certainly they haven't been in support of our military, making sure they have the tools they need. they have been bootstrapping them with rules of endangerment, i am quit finished listening to secretary kerry and like i am finished with hillary clinton. >> five more months, six more months? >> of what? >> kerry where are we now in. >> coming up, we return to trump's immigration address with the gop nominee. two american voters tonight. that's next.
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what do you think? is trump going to say we have to be fair and come out with a contrast to clinton or how is he -- >> by the way, you know what a deportation is under president obama? if you stop someone at the border and tell them to go back and they never come in, that's a deportation. so how is this? do the same thing -- >> so part of the reason trump is on the defensive for this speech tonight, why it's going
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to get so much attention, it sure looks like it's obama or rubio or bush's policy. >> it's not, because the difference is he doesn't have a path to citizenship. unless you leave and come back in. he's going to outline his five major points and say that the president of mexico agrees with him. >> it's interesting, greg, jason miller is writing his speech, not kellyann conway. so the strength, the power is potentially there. >> i think he should cancel. he had a great day. just go to bed early. remember that seinfeld episode? always leave on a high note. i should have left in the "a" block. >> one more thing" is up next.
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americans are buying more and more of everything online. and so many businesses rely on the united states postal service to get it there. that's why we make more ecommerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country. the united states postal service. priority: you time for "one more thing." kg? >> i have a special one more thing about education and the importance of it and families that learn together. a lot of parts are taking their college now, but this 18-year-old, her name is melanie salazar and she entered college in texas. that is her best friend, her 82-year-old grandfather. the grandpa is an economics major and he's been taking classes there. and now his granddaughter has
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joined him and they will be going to college together. i think that's so fantastic. it's never too late in life to realize your dreams and she says it inspires her to see how much time her grandfather puts in the library studies. >> greg, you're up. >> time for "frgreg's sports news." there are some athletes who do things about trying to get press. travis rudolph visited an elementary school, and he saw a boy sitting alone. so it turns out the kid is autistic. travis sat with him and somebody took a picture, sent it to bo's mom, laya, and she wrote a wonderful piece about this and how important sit to the son and how symbolic it is for people in
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school to spend time with people who are alone. i wanted to bring this up. because previously we saw one athlete sit down to get attention. and here's another athlete who sat down to help someone. >> very nice. >> very nice. >> that's so unusual. what happened? something slipped something in the unicorn today. >> juan, you're up. >> while other republicans are worried about re-election and what trump is doing to destroy their party -- >> my god. >> from the looks of his twitter feed, john boehner seems to be enjoying retirement. he just posted a video of himself driving an rv with the caption "open road." he seems to be really enjoying time away from washington. he posted a photo of himself with a lawn mower back in the spring. he's riding across the country in that bus or rv to campaign
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for down ballot republicans. >> very good. take a look at this. this is either the annual tomato festival in spain or it's msnbc after finding out that i'll be hosting the o'reilly factor tonight at 8:00 and again at 11:00 tonight. >> you go, boling. >> melissa? >> i have a little advice for all the single ladies and men out there. your credit score counts. 40% of people out there want to know someone's credit score before they go on a date with them. i'm a money gal, so this is important. >> i think it's great. >> it's not just women who want to know about men, but 32% of men would like to know if the ladies have a bad credit score. so read kg's book. >> i talk about that. it's so important to have excellent credit. >> if you don't use credit cards, you have a bad credit score. >> i wear credit goggles.
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>> credit goggles? >> is that like beer goggles? i'm trying to help juan out. >> don't forget, "special report" is up next. this is a fox news alert. i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. donald trump has closed the gap with hillary clinton. that's the headline from just released fox news polling. the clinton lead now stands at 41% to 39%, that's within the margin of error of plus or minus three points. head-to-head, jump has shaved four points off clinton's ten-point lead earlier this month. all this comes as trump delivers a major speech on immigration tonight. earlier today, the gop nominee made an unexpected trip to mexico to meet with that country's president. rr

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